Man with Briefcase at Sunset on Flickr.The big, iconic sculpture “Man with Briefcase” in Burnett Park, downtown Fort Worth.  The sun was nearly setting, casting a strong, dramatic shadow from the Briefcase Man across the park entrance on 7th Street.
Camera:  Fujifilm X100

Man with Briefcase at Sunset on Flickr.

The big, iconic sculpture “Man with Briefcase” in Burnett Park, downtown Fort Worth. The sun was nearly setting, casting a strong, dramatic shadow from the Briefcase Man across the park entrance on 7th Street.

Camera: Fujifilm X100

The Avenue of Light on Flickr.

Close-up detail of one of the Avenue of Light sculptures on Lancaster Avenue in downtown Fort Worth.  The Avenue of Light is a series of six 36-foot-tall stainless steel sculptures that line the median between the two halves of Lancaster Avenue, and are lit by LEDs at night.  They usually seem to be purple, but the system is capable of a wide range of color.
Olympus Pen E-P2, Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 lens.

The Avenue of Light on Flickr.

Close-up detail of one of the Avenue of Light sculptures on Lancaster Avenue in downtown Fort Worth. The Avenue of Light is a series of six 36-foot-tall stainless steel sculptures that line the median between the two halves of Lancaster Avenue, and are lit by LEDs at night. They usually seem to be purple, but the system is capable of a wide range of color.

Olympus Pen E-P2, Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 lens.

16/365 - Under a (Fake) Tropical Sun on Flickr.

No, I haven’t jetted off to the Caribbean - the “sun” is a light fixture, and the palm tree is made of metal and located inside a Mexican food restaurant on 7th Street in Fort Worth.  With a little processing work, though, I like the illusion.
iPhone 4, taken with 6x6 and tweaked with PictureShow and PicGrunger.

16/365 - Under a (Fake) Tropical Sun on Flickr.

No, I haven’t jetted off to the Caribbean - the “sun” is a light fixture, and the palm tree is made of metal and located inside a Mexican food restaurant on 7th Street in Fort Worth. With a little processing work, though, I like the illusion.

iPhone 4, taken with 6x6 and tweaked with PictureShow and PicGrunger.